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Tuesday, 10 March, 2009

Science4Life competition: two NIM groups successful!

nanostove and ChromoTek are amongst the 10 winners in concept stage

The NIM spin-off companies nanostove (photo) and ChromoTek have been successful in the concept stage of the business plan competition Science4Life.

The nanostove team (Federico Bürsgens, Joachim Stehr and Lars Ullerich) has developed a new fast and cheap technique for DNA-analysis. They bind the DNA to gold nanoparticles and heat them up with a laser pulse, while measuring the melting curve of the DNA within milliseconds.

ChromoTek (Ulrich Rothbauer, Katrin Schmidthals, Octavian Schatz, Jonas Helma, Kourosh Zolghadr, and Heinrich Leonhardt) developes novel recombinant antibodies, so called Chromobodies. Due to their small size, high stability and inoffensiveness, they may be used in living cells, e.g. for the development of pharmaceuticals.



Saturday, 04 May, 2019

Faculty of Physics - Open House Day 2019

Saturday 4 May 2019, 11 am - 18 pm, Geschwister-Scholl-Platz 1, LMU


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